China's technology hub Shenzhen eyes an added value of 100 billion yuan ($15 billion) in the new energy industries by 2025 and over 250 billion yuan revenue in the semiconductor sector by then, as part of the city’s plans to build it self as a key hub for the two sectors.
Several government departments in Shenzhen have rolled out a plan for nurturing the city’s new energy industrial clusters, including solar power . . .
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